My Friend Pedro is getting a mobile game and you can pre-order it now
What you need to know
- My Friend Pedro is getting an all-new game for iPhone and iPad.
- The game will be free with an optional in-app purchase unlocking "Premium," whatever that is.
Fans of the popular My Friend Pedro rejoice, for you're getting an all-new mobile game to enjoy. My Friend Pedro: Ripe For Revenge, will be available for download from August 5 and you can pre-order it in the App Store now.
Set to take place across 37 action-packed levels, players will get to ride motorcycles and skateboards as they go.
Yup, that's it! It hasn't been announced yet but "My Friend Pedro", the weird shoot-em-up with a talking banana by @devolverdigital is coming to mobile August 5th. The game is not a straight port but a new version with touch controls and shorter levels:https://t.co/LeewnA83V3 https://t.co/bZYZoXyIlVYup, that's it! It hasn't been announced yet but "My Friend Pedro", the weird shoot-em-up with a talking banana by @devolverdigital is coming to mobile August 5th. The game is not a straight port but a new version with touch controls and shorter levels:https://t.co/LeewnA83V3 https://t.co/bZYZoXyIlV— Killercow (@killercow) July 5, 2021July 5, 2021
Here's how the game is described in the App Store:
Sounds like fun, right? My Friend Pedro: Ripe For Revenge will be a free download with an optional in-app purchase. That purchase will cost $2.99, but it isn't yet clear what that will unlock. It's simply listed as "Premium" right now, so we might have to wait for some sort of official announcement before we can know for sure.
Some would say that My Friend Pedro is one of the best Nintendo Switch games. I'm sure it'll be just as great on iPhone and iPad, too.
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